Rebecca Lalonde

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Rebecca Lalonde, M.Ed., Registered Psychologist

Favourite Books:
“The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom” – Don Miguel Ruiz

Favourite Quote:
“You’ve got to learn to leave the table when love’s no longer being served.” – Maya Angelou

Rebecca is one of our psychologists at PPC. She has held positions in the helping profession since 2011. Since becoming a Registered Psychologist in 2016, Rebecca has continued her work with a diverse range of clients with a focus on evidence-based practices. She currently works in the healthcare field in Saskatoon, supporting young children and adults. At PPC, Rebecca makes use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy techniques, as well as solution-focused approaches to empower her clients to reach their goals. Those who know Rebecca describe her as informed, supportive, and down-to-earth. Together with her clients, a thoughtful space is created where people can be open and honest in their pursuit of better mental health.

Areas of Interest:
Adults (18+)
Anxiety
Depression
Family Relationships
Mindfulness-based Interventions
Motivation
Personal Relationships
Self Esteem
Self Improvement
Stress Management
Work-life Balance

Professional Experience:
Registered Psychologist – Saskatchewan Health Authority (2016-Present)
Group Counsellor – Family Service Saskatoon “Anger and Parenting” (2016)
Elementary School Counsellor – Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division (2016)

Augmented Experience:
Learning Strategist – Access and Equity Services (Formerly: Disability Services for
Students U of S, (2014-2016)
Youth Support Worker – Egadz Saskatoon (2014)
Clinical Research Coordinator – University of Saskatchewan (2011 – 2013)

Memberships:
Canadian Psychological Association (2016 – Present) – Member

Saskatchewan College of Psychologists (2016 – Present) – Full Practice Member, Authorized Practice Endorsement

Training and Certifications:

Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule – Second Edition November 2018
– ASERT Clinical Training (20 hours) (University of Calgary) Modules 1-4 Toddler Module

Infant Mental Health Training Modules 1-16 (2017-2018)
– Topics: Attachment, Common Childhood Disorders, Early Adversity, Temperament, Development, Resilience, Emotional Regulation, Stress, Epigenetics, Domestic Violence, Trauma, Loss, Parenting, Co-Parenting

Institute for Applied Behavioural Analysis (2016)
– Comprehensive Functional Assessment

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) (2015)
– 2 Day Program (15 hours)

Walking Through Grief: Helping Others Deal with Loss (2019)
– 2 Day Program (16 Hours) with the Crisis and Trauma Research Institute